IS UP PCS J exam held every year?
Uttar pradesh public service commission UPPSC every year conducts a state level open common competitive written examination for the recruitment of Civil Judge junior Division.
How many seats are there in UP PCS J?
UP PCS J 2021 Vacancy UP PCS J total no. of vacancies will be approximately 610. However, the number of vacancies may decrease or increase as per the requirement. Further updates on the UP PCS J 2021 vacancy will be made available by the commission through the notification.
How many attempts are there for PCS J exam?
There are total of four attempts for a candidate between the age of 21 – 30 years for UP PCS J examination. For SC/ST candidates there is no limited attempts they can appear for it as many times as they want till the age of 35 years.
How can I become a judge in Uttar Pradesh?
A) Candidate’s who is completed Bachelor’s of Law University from a recognized university and the age of the candidates should be in between 22 years and 35 years are eligible for the UP Judiciary Civil Judge Vacancies.
Is PCSJ tough?
Since PCS is a civil service exam, the candidates should be ready for a tough competition and should be mentally prepared to put in a good amount of hard work. Though the exam is a state exam, one must have basic knowledge of the latest happenings in the country.
What happens after you clear PCS J?
Professionals who begin their career as Judicial Magistrates will be promoted to Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate (ACJM). Civil Judges in the Junior Division will be promoted as Additional Civil Judge (Senior Division). In both cases, the next promotion is as the Chief Judicial Magistrate (CJM).
What we become after clearing PCS J?
First Civil Judge Junior Division/ Judicial Magistrate then Civil Judge senior Division (Sub Judge)/ Additional Chief judicial Magistrate then Chief Judicial Magistrate thereafter Additional District Judge then District Judge .
How do I start preparing for PCS J?
Make a study plan that covers all the topics as per the latest syllabus and start your preparation accordingly for the exam. Read all the definitions of care acts and practice them without seeing them. Focus on the latest amendments of each and every act of UP Judiciary Syllabus to score good marks in the exam.
What is the syllabus for PCS J?
The UP PCS J syllabus of prelims include two papers: paper 1 and paper 2. The paper 1 syllabus covers topics of law while paper 2 covers general knowledge topics related to Indian Evidence Act, Indian Penal Code, Civil Procedure Code, Criminal Procedure Code, etc.
What is the salary of up PCS J?
The initial PCS J Salary of judges ranges between Rs. 24,000 to Rs. 80,000 per month. Along with the basic salary of PCS J, the judges will be eligible for other allowances like house rent allowance, dearness allowance, travel allowance, and many more.
What is the difference between PCS and PCSJ?
Both are two different exams for two entirely different fields. PCS is the administrative civil service exam which is taken to select candidate for administration jobs in state. Whereas PCS J is judiciary level exam which is held for selection of law field people like judge etc.
Which is better IAS or judge?
Power. Judges have Judicial powers and IAS have executive powers. But a Judge may summon an executive officer such as IAS/IPS in the court, punish him, order him to do/not to do certain things. Reverse is not possible as IAS/IPS can’t exercise any power on Judges.
Which is more tough IAS or judiciary?
Generally Speaking, UPSC requires slightly more effort than judicial services, For one, a candidate needs a more articulative brain, For later more of a memory, power is required. Both of them an equally tough task. UPSC Exam – The effort is more coordinated in UPSC due to its more generic nature of the syllabus.
Which book is best for PCS J exam?
Let us look at the table below to know the best UPPCS J books for prelims exam preparation….Best Books for UP PCS J Exam 2022.
|Textbook on Indian Penal Code||K.D Gaur||Rs. 800|
|The Law of Evidence||Batuklal||Rs. 550|
|Indian Contract Act||R.K. Bangia||Rs. 360|
|Modern Hindu law||Paras Diwan||Rs. 580|